• Swastika
    Nazis used it for evil purpose and, as ordained, this powerful symbol of wisdom representing Lord Ganesha destroyed its abusers. It is ironic that the same country now wishes to pass punishment upon a people who use it rightly to pray for the welfare of all mankind. Banning an auspicious sign would be...
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  • Lord Ganesh
    , when Lord Parvati was taking a bath, she made an image of a boy out of the cleansing paste. As she started to bathe with the paste, she infused life into it, and that was when Lord Ganesha was born. Parvati demanded that Ganesh guard the house and not allow anyone to enter. When Lord Shiva returned...
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  • Mango Tree
    often held by Lord Ganesha as a symbol of attainment, regarding the devotees potential perfection. Mango blossoms are also used in the worship of the goddess Saraswati. No Telugu/ Kannada New Year's Day called Ugadi passes without eating ugadi pacchadi made with mango pieces as one of the...
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  • Aet and Culture of India
    stories of Ramayana and Krishna, carved on the walls of the temple, are the oldest representations in the world. Sanskrit hymns are recited at the time of puja. Over five hundred hymns, stotras dedicated to Shiva, Brahma, Durga, Ganesha, Buddha, and many other deities have been discovered from...
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  • The Swadeshi Movement and the Boycott of Imported Items in 1907 in India
    in India even today. * | [edit] Early life Tilak was born in Chikhali in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, into a Chitpavan Brahmin family. His father was a famous schoolteacher and a Sanskrit scholar. He died when Tilak was sixteen. His brilliance rubbed off on young Tilak, who graduated from Deccan...
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  • Scolarship
    . Darbhanga Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya, Darbanga (Bihar) Mahatama Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) Kerala Agricultural University, Main Campus, Trichur (Kerala) Kerala University, Trivandrurn (Kerala) Konkan Krishi Vidyapith, Dapoll (Maharashtra) Kumaon University, Nainital (Uttaranchal...
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  • Rudraksha
    The Amazing Power Of Rudraksha By K R VEDA SAMINATHAN, M.A (Sanskrit)., M.A(Astro)., M.C.A., PGDY.) Member of PGA Introduction Rudraksha A divine bead to human community provided by the Supreme Power “Lord Shiva”. The Lord Shiva from his tear created it. “At the time of the universal deluge...
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  • mango
    .[65] The Jain tree in Cave 34 of the Ellora Caves goddess Ambika is traditionally represented as sitting under a mango tree.[66] In Hinduism, the perfectly ripe mango is often held by Lord Ganesha as a symbol of attainment, regarding the devotees potential perfection. Mango blossoms are also...
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  • Ganesha
    . Buddhi is the lord of intelligence and has been closely tied to Ganesha because of their similar traits. The final belief is that he was linked to the Goddess of culture and art, Sarasvati and the Goddess of luck and prosperity, Lakshni. It is unknown which story is true about Ganesha and his...
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  • Hindu Festivals
    . It celebrates the birth of Ganesha, the elephant headed deity of wisdom and good fortune. A life-like clay model of Lord Ganesha is made 2-3 months prior to the day of Ganesha- Chaturthi. On the day of the festival, it is placed on raised platforms in homes or in elaborately decorated outdoor tents...
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  • Ganesha Birth
    Ganesha Birth Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most popular festival. This is the birthday of God Ganesha. It falls on the 4th day of the bright fortnight of Bhadrapada (August-September). It is observed throughout India, as well as by devoted in all parts of the world. Ganpati is the elephant...
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  • Ganesha Management Guru
    , the symbol of the manifest, the mortal.  Ganesha is the lord of all, manifest and unmanifest. The memory of an elephant is, of course, proverbial. Ganesha's twisted trunk represents the zigzag path to wisdom. It reminds us that there is no direct path, that we must turn right and left in the...
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  • Hum 105 Divine Roles Group
    ? What objects does the |elephant’s head. Ganesha is |robe and the holding of one or more | |divinity possess, such as a weapon or |worshipped as the remover of |objects. Objects can be balloons, | |animal, that assist him or her? |obstacles and the Lord of the...
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  • Dharmesh
    • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Ideal Ideal Equal Noble Lightning Exalted First power Exalted The first root Freedom; Safety; Abundance Mother of gods; The earth Highest honor; Goddess Lakshmi Gods treasure Dark One Of the mountain; Another name for parvathi Celestial Mountain Lord Unique Unique Unique Matchless First...
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  • sad dssdfds dsfdsf
    engrossed…The time has now come to wish these merging souls a life filled with all sorts of happiness…..at the blessing hands of Lord Ganesha. So beautiful is the day, today, when…Pragasen and Shree, enter the blissful world, of holy matrimony…and we are extremely honoured to have you share in the most...
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  • The Stepchild
    historical texts of India. It is actually a word based on 17th-century European notions about the Indian caste system. The word is derived from Sanskrit, and means "ground", "suppressed", "crushed", or "broken to pieces". It was first used by Jyotirao Phule in the nineteenth century, in the context of...
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  • Ap World
    I visited the Freer/Sackler gallery and I found very interesting things. The Gods of Angkor was the most interesting to me. Every piece was contributing to rituals and religious. The piece that I like the most was Ganesha the son of Shiva. It had an elephant on the body of a boy. In India, Ganesha...
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  • Hinduism
    according to Dharma. The concept of God in Hinduism The concept of God in Hinduism is a complicated one. There is no one God in Hinduism, instead there are many deities with many representations. The main deities in the Hindu religion are Brahma, Vishnu, Ganesha and Shiva. Let us take each one of...
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  • religious places in mangalore
    . Two hands point to his feet, as a means to Salvation.. One can also visit the Mahalingeshwara temple nearby.The Sthala Purana indicates that. Kumbasura, an Asura troubled the sages and disrupt the sacred yagna. At this time Lord Ganesha presents Bheema, the strongest among the Pandavas, with a sword...
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  • India Art and Culture
    : Pattachitra refers to the folk painting of the state of Orissa, in the eastern region of India. ‘Patta’ in Sanskrit means ‘Vastra’ or ‘Clothings’ and ‘Chitra’ means paintings. The tradition of Pattachitra is closely linked with the worship of Lord Jagannath. The painters use vegetable and mineral...
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